• The Merril Theory of Litry Criticism
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    The Merril Theory of Litry Criticism Ritch Calvin

    Although Judith Merril is best known for her short fiction and her novels (in collaboration with C. M. Kornbluth), she wrote a great deal of nonfiction. She wrote about SF fandom. She wrote about space and space exploration.… More

  • The Red Rose Rages (Bleeding)
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    The Red Rose Rages (Bleeding) L. Timmel Duchamp

    [Eve] turned her attention to the monitor displaying Minnivitch’s cell. Never had it been so clear what Minnivitch was up to. The bare minimalist space of the cell screamed stage, and some strange, dramaturgical… More

  • Spirit
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    Spirit Gwyneth Jones

    Spirit, a space opera set in Gwyneth Jones’s Aleutian universe, re-visions Dumas’s The Count of Monte Cristo and further explores the workings and consequences of the series’ Buonarotti Transit.… More

  • Love’s Body, Dancing in Time
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    Love’s Body, Dancing in Time L. Timmel Duchamp

    Love’s Body, Dancing in Time offers five love stories by critically acclaimed author L. Timmel Duchamp. Carnal and queer, intricate and involved, they range from the heart-breaking Sturgeon Award finalist “Dance… More

  • Squaring the Circle
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    Squaring the Circle Gheorghe Sasarman et al.

    The idea of writing a book of brief descriptions of imaginary cities, condensing into it the grandure and tragedy of five milliennia of urban history, came to me by chance, while I was in charge of the Architecture and … More

  • In the House of the Seven Librarians
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    In the House of the Seven Librarians Ellen Klages

    When an old Carnegie library is closed, its seven librarians refuse to abandon their home. They lock the doors, and the forest grows around them like a cloak, sheltering them from the rest of the world. But their lives … More

  • Strange Matings
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    Strange Matings Rebecca Holden (editor) et al.

    Strange Matings seeks to continue Butler’s uncomfortable insights about humanity, and also to instigate new conversations about Butler and her work — conversations that encourage academic voices to … More

  • Gaia’s Toys
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    Gaia’s Toys Rebecca Ore

    A tale of eco-terrorism set in a dystopian near future of gene-manipulation, medical nanotechnology, and environmental damage; an examination of the risks of overpopulation and uncontrolled technological expansion.… More

  • Candle in a Bottle
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    Candle in a Bottle Carolyn Ives Gilman

    The savants of Institut Sorel, the world center of information mechanics, compute the governing algorithms that give all things their shape and structure. The voyants receive and sort enormous amounts of information.… More

  • Talking Back
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    Talking Back L. Timmel Duchamp

    Talking Back showcases the epistolary fantasies of eighteen writers, among them Carol Emshwiller, Leslie What, Eileen Gunn, and Rosaleen Love. Invited to “talk back,” the authors penned love letters, fans letters,… More

  • NoFood
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    NoFood Sarah Tolmie

    Food is the language of love in a near-future world of plague, smog, and alienation. Hardwicke Arar, a relentless perfectionist, is the chef at NoFood, the most famous restaurant in the world. He serves imaginary food… More

  • Metamorphosis
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    Metamorphosis Alaya Dawn Johnson et al.

    Metamorphosis offers a taste of work from WisCon 39 Guests of Honor Alaya Dawn Johnson and Kim Stanley Robinson, as well as an interview of Johnson by Justine Larbalestier and an interview of Robinson by Jeanne Gomoll.… More

  • Centuries Ago and Very Fast
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    Centuries Ago and Very Fast Rebecca Ore

    "When I first met him running on the moors, I thought he was gypsy or part Paki with his otter body and the broad head that ended in an almost pointed chin, but he said he was European, old stock, some French in the bloodlines.… More

  • It Walks in Beauty
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    It Walks in Beauty Chandler Davis et al.

    With Introduction and Foreword by Josh Lukin.

    “I can’t remember the last time I have seen fiction, especially science fiction, put so richly in context. It Walks in Beauty introduces us to a remarkable man, gives… More

  • The XY Conspiracy
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    The XY Conspiracy Lori Selke

    Why Are There No Women in Black?

    Jyn, an Asian-American lesbian, makes her living stripping in clubs in San Francisco. But stripping is only her day job. Her true vocation is UFO hunting. One night, working at her day job,… More

  • The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 9
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    The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 9 Mary Anne Mohanraj (ed.)

    “In this volume of the WisCon Chronicles, we find ourselves considering what it means to live at the intersections of various identities, some of them more privileged than others. We ask how we can function as good … More